, Arrian Ind. chap. 37
), a promontory on the coast of Carmania, visited by the fleet of Nearchus.
The conjecture of Vincent (Voyage of Nearchus,
i. p. 362) that it is represented by the present Rás-al-Djerd
appears well founded.
It is perhaps the same as the Themisteas Promontorium of Pliny (6.25
) as suggested by Müller (Geog. Graec.
i. p. 360.)